We’ve moved to 2900 Frank Scott Parkway West, Suite 928, Belleville, IL 62223. Please be sure to update your records.

No one should go through childhood cancer alone.

The National Children’s Cancer Society provides emotional, financial, and educational support to children with cancer, their families, and survivors.

We’ve moved to 2900 Frank Scott Parkway West, Suite 928, Belleville, IL 62223. Please be sure to update your records.

No one should go through childhood cancer alone.

Beyond the Cure Ambassador Scholarship program​

Our 2024-2025 school year application is now closed.
Recipients will be notified by phone the 1st week of July 2024.
The 2025-2026 application process will be open from January 1 – March 31, 2025.

Monthly Giving Program

Join our Monthly Giving Program and get more kids on the road to treatment and survivorship. For less than $1 per day, you will walk alongside the families we serve, helping them stay strong, stay positive, and stay together.

The NCCS is proud to Partner with Agelity

leave a legacy

Save on your prescriptions and help children with cancer when you use the NCCS Discount Prescription Drug Card. $1.00 is donated to the NCCS for every prescription that receives a discount using the card.

The Randstad Ride Partners with the NCCS

Save on your prescriptions and help children with cancer when you use the NCCS Discount Prescription Drug Card. $1.00 is donated to the NCCS for every prescription that receives a discount using the card.

meet our kids

meet grant

“Grant is doing well as far as with his melanoma. He has not had any recurrences which is wonderful … we are still so grateful for everything you did for us,” said Grant’s mom.

meet maya

“If I had never gone through the experience of battling leukemia, I would have never been given the opportunity to do the swim in the first place. Without overcoming these challenges, I cannot say I would be the same person I am today. I am a survivor.”

meet liam

“NCCS has helped so much. Cancer has impacted us emotionally, physically, mentally and financially. Having them (NCCS) in our corner makes this journey a whole lot more bearable. I couldn’t thank them more.”